The form fill-up procedure of this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examination began on Sunday for the third time and will continue till October 31.
At the same time, time limit for the payment of fees has been extended till November 2. If an educational institution fails to fill the form of the students within this period, the head of that institution will have to take the responsibility.
This information was given in a press release issued by Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board on Saturday.
Form fill-up of HSC and Alim examinations began on August 12 and lasted till August 31 at the first phase. In the second phase, the time was extended till September 22.
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This year, the registration fee has been fixed at Tk 1,160 for the students in science group and Tk 1,070 for the humanities as well as business studies group. No additional fee could be charged beyond the fixed fee. The board said that legal action would be taken to seize the form-filling panel of the concerned organization if any information related to additional fees comes up.
This year's HSC and equivalent examinations have been scheduled to begin on December 2 following proper health guidelines. The examination routines were published on September 27 after being finalised by the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) under the Ministry of Education.
In addition, 11-point directives regarding the examinations have been published on the website of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in a circular, signed by DSHE Examination Controller Prof A S M Amirul Islam.